During the Grammy winner's previous musical era, reputation, Swift addressed all of the rumors about her. The album was a recovery, a healing process for the star, who spent a good deal of time out of the spotlight prior to the album's release. Now, Swift is stepping into a new era, leaving behind all of the gossip and giving the world a glimpse into the real Taylor Swift.
At midnight on Friday, the 29-year-old star's collab with Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie was released. In the lyrics of the track, Swift, who wrote the song with Urie and Joel Little, sends a message to fans about self-love and accepting yourself for all that you are. Prior to the song's release, Swift spoke to Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts about the meaning behind the song.